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Catlett Finds Rhythm; Lady Eagles Prevail In Both Games

March 8, 2006
By cnp
Posted in Athletics

Clarksville, Ark.-Chanceree Catlett and Dana Marvin combined for a one-hit shutout in game one against Eureka College while the Lady Eagles pounded out 14 hits in game two in route to their second victory on Wednesday afternoon in Conway.

Catlett gave up only one hit in six innings of work and walked only two batters in a 3-0 win over the Red Devils (3-3). Ozarks (5-3, 0-0) scored one run in the first, third and fifth to help Catlett earn her third win of the season. Chelsea Joslin had an RBI single in the opening inning and Danielle Dirks had an RBI double in the third. Ozarks got their final run of the contest when Eureka committed an error that scored Jessica Pianalto. Meanwhile, Catlett mowed down four batters and repeatedly forced ground outs and fly outs to secure the win. The Lady Eagles totaled seven hits, with Pianalto and Joslin each recording two apiece. Pianalto scored all three runs. Catlett improved to 3-1 on the mound. Dara Clark, Brooke Grice and Kara Bartholomew each had three hits each in a 6-2 win over Eureka in game two. The Lady Eagles jumped on the board first when Brooke Grice singled in Dara Clark in the first. Joslin later recorded an RBI double to give the Lady Eagles a 2-0 advantage. With a 3-1 lead, Ozarks scored twice more in the fourth after Grice doubled in Bartholomew and Devon Bottoms. Ozarks’ final run came in the sixth when Pianalto doubled in Clark. Grice finished with a season-high three RBI. Andrea Mitchell (2-1) received the win after pitching five innings and striking out two. The Lady Eagles will host Greenville College in their home-opener on March 13.

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